Originally Posted by 757690
Cubs are going to want a solid starting pitching prospect back and a solid offensive prospect back for Garza. And they'll likely get it. Reds don't have either to offer.
Plus it's not worth it. Basically it means an upgrade in tne pen for the Reds, as it moves Cingrani to the pen. That's not worth even one top prospect.
Garza makes no sense for either the Reds or the Cubs.
Well it does make sense from the Reds standpoint, but not a lot from the Cubs. Have to believe it's the Braves or Cards.